Steven Knight, creator of the hit series, Peaky Blinders, says that the film intended to wrap the series up will begin filming in 2023. A screenwriter who has loaned his talents to films like 2018’s The Girl in the Spider’s Web, and the Apple TV+ series, See, starring Jason Momoa, Knight approximately based his hit wrongdoing series on a real youth gang of the same name that was active in the city of Birmingham at the turn of the twentieth century. Knight’s fictional Peaky Blinders, in any case, would end up being far more than normal road hooligans under the cunning stewardship of Cillian Murphy’s formidable Thomas Shelby.
Most as of late, Variety is reporting that Knight talked at the BFI London Film Festival about the profoundly anticipated sixth and final season and the recently announced plans for a feature film. According to Knight, season 6 has already finished filming and is almost finished being altered in preparation for its 2022 release. In an extra piece of uplifting news for fans, nonetheless, it appears to be that season 6 will not be the last they see of Thomas Shelby and his nefarious adventures. Instead, the Peaky Blinders story will reach an official conclusion in a final feature film which is presently planned to start filming in 2023. Check out his remarks made at the festival’s panel on writing across classifications underneath:
And then I am going to compose the feature which will be set in and shot in Birmingham. And that will probably be the kind of the stopping point for ‘Peaky Blinders’ as we probably are aware it.
Ought to these spinoffs eventuate, in any case, Knight has revealed he would decide not to turn out to be personally involved, and would instead “pass on the baton.” It will be interesting to perceive what unfurls in the future for Peaky Blinders. In the meantime, fans can rewatch the initial five seasons on Netflix in anticipation of the show’s upcoming final sections.